Sky releases first look images and trailer from upcoming original comedy Brassic

Sky’s new original comedy Brassic has released its first look trailer and images today.

Watch Vinnie (Joe Gilgun), Dylan (Damien Molony) and Erin (Michelle Keegan) in action in Sky One’s edgy new original comedy Brassic here.

First look imagery is available on Sky’s Editorial Asset Centre here.

Definition:Brassic: Broke, penniless, without means, boracic lint -skint, on the bones of yer arse.”

Joe Gilgun (This is England), Michelle Keegan (Our Girl) and Damien Molony (Ripper Street) star in Brassic, an edgy new original comedy from Sky co-created by Joe Gilgun and BAFTA-winning writer Danny Brocklehurst (Safe). With a distinct northern flavour, Brassic is about a group of working-class friends finding unconventional ways to win at life in northern suburbia. Ruth Sheen and Tim Key are also set to star. You can read more about the show here.

All episodes will be available to watch from 22nd August on Sky One and streaming service NOW TV

For further information, please contact:

holly.osmondsmith@sky.uk

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